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January 18, 2008

Undated -- Women pack a lot into a day, the family, the career, maybe volunteer work. "ME" time is squeezed out, and healthy habits take a back seat.

Ellen Miller made a choice to change her life after trying to balance her career, being a mom to teenagers, and caring for an ill father.

Miller left her job and opened her own marketing business. She promised that she was going to begin to take care of herself by exercising 10 to 15 minutes twice a week. She also began to tell herself that she is important and her health is important.

Miller has been living a balanced life for 13 years and has discovered many women are spreading their lives too thin.

Ellen has a web site where girlfriends around the world come to learn about living a balance life. Her truth nuggets e-mail gives women motivation, inspiration, and reminders to put themselves first.

For more information, click here.

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